Gary Lineker has taken time out from inflicting his social justice drivel on Twitter numbskulls to warn Daniel Levy that he only really has one choice this summer.
Back Poch or watch everything disintegrate before his eyes.
“It’s a seminal moment and I have been saying that for some time,” the former striker told Press Association Sport at the launch of the BBC’s World Cup coverage. “They have got lots of big stars there and if they want to keep them and have a go then they need to invest a little bit and need to probably pay the wages they can get elsewhere.”
“I think Pochettino was right to say that and I think it is saying something about himself as well because if that ambition is not matched then I suspect he might depart and if he departs I can see some of the big stars following, so it’s a big moment for Tottenham, (chairman) Daniel Levy and the owners.”
Lineker is right. But then I would say that, wouldn’t I?
What Pochettino has achieved with idiotically poor resources must not be used to endorse the way Levy has run the club.
This is simply proof of how investible the Argentine is.
I have yet to hear a counter argument containing a scrap of credibility from anyone.
The silence from the Flat Earthers is not much deafening as a pleasure to behold.
The mindless servitude to penny pinching and seeking to pass off ‘crowd attendances’ and other inconsequential rubbish as footballing achievements is finally over.
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